Alana Siegel was born in Los Angeles
in 1985. She graduated from Bard
College in 2007, earning her B.A.
in Language and Literature. Until
2010, she resided in the beautiful
hamlet of Barrytown. Archipelago
is her first full-length book of poetry.
Other publications include the
chapbooks The Occupations, Semata,
and Words from Ra Ra Junction.
She lives in Berkeley, California, collaborating at the burgeoning
Bay Area Public School.

Media:

As part of a series of interview profiles conducted by Litseen, Alana Siegel readsĀ  for SF Weekly’s Exhibitionist blog (5.Sept.13). Here is the accompanying interview: The Write Stuff: Alana Siegel on Being Lured Through Substance to a Meaning Beyond it.

CAConrad interviews Siegel for Paranormal Poetics #4: Alana Siegel on Damanhur’s practice to contact extraterrestrial beings, Atlantis, Duncan, and more for the poetics of the paranormal!! (a four-part interview + link to Jupiter 88 reading!)

Books by Alana Siegel:

Archipelago

Archipelago is a pilgrimage into the origins of language, a single poem at once descent and flight, where words are wings or gates: organs, entrances, questioned so as to be permitted by hidden meanings into hidden lands....

Forthcoming Spring 2014

List Price: 14.95